range6 low-addr high-addr

John Jason Brzozowski (CISSP, RHCT) jjmb at jjmb.com
Thu Jun 14 10:32:49 UTC 2007

Got it, thanks Shane.  The former is what I have been using.  This fix will
be available in the next release right?


On 6/14/07 6:11 AM, "Shane Kerr" <Shane_Kerr at isc.org> wrote:

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> John,
> The fix just makes the current syntax work. It *did* work in certain
> circumstances, but not all. Now it should work either as:
> range6 1:2:3:4::/63;                   # CIDR-style works
> range6 1:2:3:6:: 1:2:3:6:7:8:9:ffff;   # start/end also works
> John Jason Brzozowski (CISSP, RHCT) wrote:
>> Shane can you elaborate on what the fix will look like?
>> On 6/12/07 2:56 AM, "Shane Kerr" <Shane_Kerr at isc.org> wrote:
>> Suprasad,
>> Suprasad Mutalik Desai wrote:
>>>>>         can anyone tell me how the address is assigned to the client
>>>>> as range6 low-addr high-addr gives a parse error in dhcp-4.0.0a1
>>>>> version  and i am using range6 high-addr/prefix (w.r.t dhcpd.conf.5).
>> Thanks for the bug report. There was a mistake in the way I used the token
>> parsing code, and one of my colleagues discovered it recently. We have a fix
>> waiting for 4.0.0a2, which should be released soon. Apologies for any
>> problems
>> this caused!
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